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Author: Foster, William Z., 1881-1961
Subject: Capitalism -- United States; Socialism; Communism -- United States; United States -- Economic conditions 1918-1945
Publisher: New York, Coward-McCann, inc
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Call number: 7257
Digitizing sponsor: MSN
Book contributor: Prelinger Library
Collection: prelinger_library; additional_collections; americana
Full catalog record: MARCXML
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Certainly the most definitive socialist intellectual writing to emerge from the American communist movement since Daniel De Leon's seminal pieces. William Z. Foster was perhaps the most influential of all the great American communists of the 20th century, but his thoughts differ greatly from those of De Leon in that Foster rejects anarcho-syndicalism in full. "Toward Soviet America" may be dated in places now, of course, but the underlying message is as true now as ever.
Mandatory reading for all interested in the American radical movement or history of the CPUSA.
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